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1SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK “Your Key To Success in Science”Presented byMrs. DonaldsonPortions adopted from E. DuBose, A. Holder & D. Saunders
2Have you ever heard yourself say . I can't find my . . .notes, homework, old quizzes . . .I can't remember whatwe did in class yesterday.I'm sure its in . . .my locker . . .my book bag . . .my room . . .I was absent last week, did I miss anything?
3Well Here's Your Answer..ScienceNotebookInteractiveNotebook
4What is An Interactive Notebook A interactive notebook (INB) your own personalized DIARY of learning about scienceA portfolio of your work in ONE convenient spot. This is great for studying for upcoming quizzes & testA great ORGANIZATIONAL tool that gives you permission to be PLAYFUL AND CREATIVE in your responses without "messing up" your notes.Allows you to be like a REAL SCIENTIST!ScienceNotebook
7Real Scientist Use Notebooks LEODIVINCIDIANF OSSEY
8Left Side-Right Side: WHICH SIDE? The notebook is divided into TWO sections.Left Side-Right Side: WHICH SIDE?The Left SIDE “LOVES” student work. This is the side that you can use to show me your creativity. This is the “output” or product side.The Right side is “RESTRICTED” and contains only information given by Mrs. Donaldson. Nothing else should be placed on the RIGHT SIDE!!
9Decomposer Producer Consumer The notebook is divided into TWO sections.LEFT side “loves”STUDENT work = OUTPUTRIGHT side is “restricted” to TEACHER INPUTWARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word.Decomposer Producer ConsumerPlants are ____. Lions, tigers, and bears are ____. Worms and mushrooms are____
10LEFT SIDE: YO SIDE ODD PAGES =1, 3, 5, 7, 9…YOU GOT IT.. The LEFT SIDE belongs to you.It contains your warm-up (QUESTION MARK) and the day’s activity (LIGHTBULB). On this page you may include diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild!ODD PAGES =1, 3, 5, 7, 9…YOU GOT IT..
11The DAY’S ACTIVITY is placed on the LEFT side of the notebook. INCLUDES:Instructional Focus lessonDAY’S ACTIVITYWARMUP #1 Fill in the missing word.Decomposers Producers ConsumersPlants are _________. Lions, tigers, and bears are ________. Worms and mushrooms are_________
12Fill in the missing word. Decomposer Producers Consumers Instructional Focus #1Fill in the missing word.Decomposer Producers ConsumersPlants are _________. Lions, tigers, and bears are ________. Worms and mushrooms are_________The TOP of the left side of the has a question mark and is referred to as the Instructional Focus Lesson. This “IFL” is either on the whiteboard or on PowerPoint. It acts as a review before the start of class and should be completed within the first FIVE minutes of class
13LEFT SIDEThe day’s activity is placed on the LEFT or OUTPUT side of the notebook. This is indicated with a yellow light bulb icon. This section acts as a reinforcement for the RIGHT or INPUT side side and is referred to as the Science Activity. This side entails hands on, tactile learning.
14Examples of Left Side Assignments Science IFL’sGraphic OrganizersDrawings/IllustrationsPoems, Rap SongsCartoons/ComicsLab AnalysisTeach Your ParentYOUR OPPORTUNITYTO BEAS CREATIVE ASYOU WANT
19RIGHT SIDE: MY SIDE Even Pages = 2,4,6,8..YOU KNOW IT. The RIGHT SIDE belongs to me and should only contain information given or “input” from Mrs. Donaldson. Nothing else should be placed on this page!The RIGHT SIDE contains the notepad icon and will contain all the TESTABLE material.Even Pages = 2,4,6,8..YOU KNOW IT.
20The RIGHT side of the notebook contains information given to you by Mrs. Reese. It has a purple notepad in the corner. This is the ESSENTIAL information that will DEFINITELY be on a quiz or test. Nothing else should go on this side.RIGHT SIDE
21Example of Right Side "Input" Notes fromTeacher guided PowerPoint notesMovie/VideoArticle ReadingsVocabulary wordsLab proceduresStudy Guides
24What Students Are Saying About ISNs "Don't leave your ISN until the last day, otherwise you may be up to the early morning hours finishing assignments.“"Colorize things. It looks so much better that way”"Keep it in order, because you never know when a notebook check might come up.“"Do not save your ISN until the last minute. Remember, it counts as much as a test."“ISN's are easy to do and worth a lot of points, so take time and effort to do them well.“"Always update your table of contents so papers don't get messed up - or in case of an ISN check.“"An ISN is a great tool, keep it organized!“"You have to spend quality time on your ISN.“
25Science Notebook Supplies Glue or glue stick(2 PER MONTH)ScissorsFive 1- SUBJECT Spiral NotebookS“MEAD works BEST”Erasable pens & pencilscolored pencilsHIGHLIGHTERNO MARKERS!
26Getting Started: Step 1 The name of the course: ScienceNotebookMy NameMy GradeThe name of the course:My Adventures in 8th Grade Physical ScienceThe words: Interactive Science NotebookThe class period that you have science:Period 1, for exampleThe school year: – 2012Your “awesome” teacher: Mrs. DonaldsonYour name: (self explanatory)TWO OR MORE SCIENCE PICTURES:You can draw, get from magazine or Internet.
27MY ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE INTERACTIVESCIENCENOTEBOOKYOUR NAMEYOUR PERIODMrs. Donaldson
28(Skip pages 0-9..These will be REFERENCE PAGES) STEP 2Starting with the 1st page, number the first 50 pages. The 1st page is 0. Numbers should be small and at the top outside corner of every page.21TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTSAUTHORS PAGE“ALL ABOUT YOU PAGE”(Skip pages 0-9..These will be REFERENCE PAGES)
29TABLE OF CONTENTSDATEDESCRIPTIONPAGE #Grade/Stamp
30Table of contents cont… At the top of page 1, write:Table of ContentsTitle your threecolumns:DateTitle/unitPage #Start yourfirst entry onPAGE 5 (yoursshould look likemy example)Table of ContentsDate Title /Unit Pg #8/ author page8/ ISN guidelines8/ ISN rubric8/ Safety contract
31STEP 3At the top of PAGES 1,2 & 3, write Table of Contents. Divide each page into 4 columns: Date, Description, Page #Pages 4-5 are for class policies.Page 6 is for computer guidelines.3TABLE OF CONTENTS456Class PoliciesClass PoliciesComputer Guidelines
32STEP 4On page 5-8, you will glue class handouts. On page 9, you will create your Unit Page79Unit Title PageBECOMING A SCIENTISTCreate a colorful drawing or get pictures that relate to the unit we are studyingBe Colorful8LAB SAFETY CONTRACTINB GUIDELINES
33Your author page should have the following: - a picture of you- your birthday- hobbies, sports, activities you like to do- pictures of things that describe YOU(photos, magazine cut outs, clip art, drawings)CreatingyourAuthorpage
35NOTEBOOK RULES.. No RIPPED OUT pages or torn corners No DOODLING that doesn’t relate to scienceNotebook should be used for SCIENCE CLASS ONLYDATE AND NUMBER each pageAll entries must go into the Table of ContentsBE COLORFUL & LOVE YOUR NOTEBOOK
37CREDITSMany thanks to these wonderful teachers for creating wonderful POWERPOINT slides fromAnnette Holder, rockin’ ScienceDoug Saunders, bringing History Alive!ScienceNotebook.com, great resourceMr. Taft, student quotes